MEET THE BOARD

Learn more about our dedicated board members helping to make a difference in our community.

Vincent Anderson - V3P Founder/President

Vincent Anderson

Founder & President

Vincent Anderson founded V3P with the full hope and intentions of helping to reestablish a strong sense of pride and integrity back into the African-American communities throughout the country. Native of East St. Louis, Illinois, he obtained his undergraduate degree from Southeast Missouri State University. Between owning his own fitness facility and working directly with at-risk youth over the past two years, it was then where he realized the needs and support that today’s African-American youth are lacking.

Learn more about Vincent.

Tiffany Beverly - V3P Administrator

Tiffany Beverly

Administrator

Tiffany Beverly joins V3P as an innovative and forward-thinking professional. Born and raised in Compton, CA she attended Paine College in Augusta, GA for her undergraduate studies. It was here she realized the importance of community, culture, and the uplift of the African-American Community. She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and has experience working directly with underprivileged youth through her sorority and various community organizations including but not limited to: the YMCA, Blessings in a Bag, the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, and local school volunteer groups.

Cynthia Morris - V3P Chief Financial Officer

Cynthia Morris

Chief Financial Officer

Cynthia Morris eagerly joins V3P as an experienced veteran in the field of finance. Born and raised in Los Angeles, CA she is the proud mother of three strong men in whom she helped to raise with the her husband. To ensure that her three sons never fell into the gang culture and violence of the LA streets, Cynthia made sure to keep them active with sports and a variety of positive activities in which she would volunteer to help manage. It was then when Cynthia realized her purpose and mission to continue her efforts in giving back to the youth in the African-American community.